Kinki, Japan Newswire (Page 10)

Kinki, Japan Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. This Week in Japan: Two Investor Conferences on Israeli InnovationRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2017 | The Jewish Press

    Two investor conferences in Japan, initiated by the Foreign Investments & Industrial Cooperation Authority of the Israeli Ministry of Economy and Industry will be taking place on March 8-9, the first in Osaka, the other in Tokyo. The conferences are held in cooperation with Nikkei Business, the foremost business magazine in Japan.

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  2. Kisenosato has stitches above eye after training clashRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2017 | The Japan Times

    Newly promoted yokozuna Kisenosato sustained a cut above his left eye during a training session on Monday, though he made clear it was not serious after returning from the hospital with stitches. Kisenosato, who became the first Japanese-born yokozuna in 19 years when he reached sumo's highest rank in late January, received treatment for the gash at the Tagonoura stable after an apparent training bout head clash with Yoshikaze.

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  3. Shuffle at Toyota according to planRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2017 | Automotive News

    Toyota's executive shuffle last week was part of a broader effort to stay nimble globally as auto volumes and competition increase, while the promotions of key figures in North America, including Bob Carter and Bill Fay, follow long-term succession plans for top posts. "There's really no shock to the system over this," said Scott Vazin, Toyota's chief communications officer for North America.

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  4. Hozen-Ji templeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2017 | TrekEarth

    The fierce kings are the guardians of Buddhism and, more specifically, the Five Wisdom Buddhas. No coins are tossed in offering at Hozenji as they are at other Japanese temples.

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  5. "Casino in Japan" by Takashi Kiso & Yoihci TorihataRead the original story

    Feb 25, 2017 | The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan

    Since Japan's parliament approved a bill in December to legalize domestic casinos, international gambling operators have descended looking for licenses and local partners while Yokohama, Osaka, Nagasaki and other entities emerged as potential candidates to host so-called "integrated resorts " equipped with casinos. his reflationary policies missed their targets.

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  6. Kyoto working to get its interpreter/guides up to global speedRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2017 | The Japan Times

    With over 3 million visitors from abroad visiting the ancient capital of Kyoto in fiscal 2015, getting around with an official interpreter would have meant relying on government-qualified guides. But critics have claimed that interpreter/guides who have passed national tests on language, history, culture and politics aren't necessarily well-versed on the details of Kyoto's rich history and culture.

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  7. Polish film director Andrzej Wajda represented the voice and conscience of a nationRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2017 | The Japan Times

    Polish film director Andrzej Wajda died last year at age 90. Roger Pulvers, whose friendship with him spanned four decades, examines his life, work and his love of Japan and its culture. "I stood here just after the end of the war," Polish film director Andrzej Wajda said.

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  8. Japan PM's wife cuts ties with school at heart of political furorRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 24, 2017 | Yahoo!

    Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's wife has cut ties with an elementary school involved in a land deal that provoked opposition questions just as the Japanese leader was basking in the glow of a friendly summit with U.S. President Donald Trump. Abe has said neither he nor his wife, Akie, was involved in a murky deal for the purchase of state-owned land by Moritomo Gakuen, an educational body in the western city of Osaka that also runs a kindergarten promoting patriotism.

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  9. "Casino in Japan" by Takashi Kiso & Yoihci TorihataRead the original story

    Feb 25, 2017 | The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan

    Since Japan's parliament approved a bill in December to legalize domestic casinos, international gambling operators have descended looking for licenses and local partners while Yokohama, Osaka, Nagasaki and other entities emerged as potential candidates to host so-called "integrated resorts " equipped with casinos. his reflationary policies missed their targets.

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  10. 'Radicalism in the Wilderness: International Contemporaneity and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2017 | The Japan Times

    Reiko Tomii's profound and accessible study of 1960s avant-garde art from Japan offers an answer to a perennial problem in the appreciation of Japanese culture. Radicalism in the Wilderness: International Contemporaneity and 1960s Art in Japan, by Reiko Tomii.

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  11. 'The Gentleman from Japan': Impersonation and intrigue in China and EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2017 | The Japan Times

    "You don't know anything, you like noodles, and you aren't Japanese. Can we put that on your gravestone?" Inspector O, James Church's acerbic North Korean cop, is back, in a new work featuring exotic characters, international intrigue and snappy dialog.

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  12. Thai Kitchen PakuchiRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2017 | Japan Visitor Blog

    Thai Kitchen Pakuchi is an authentic Thai eatery on the corner of Kawaramachi Marutamachi in downtown Kyoto. Friendly, informal and lots of fun Pakuchi draws a mainly younger crowd of diners.

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  13. Records of nationalist Osaka school's land purchase gone: ministryRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2017 | The Japan Times

    The negotiation records for a heavily discounted land deal between the Finance Ministry's Kinki Bureau and nationalist school chain Moritomo Gakuen in Osaka have been thrown out, a senior ministry official said. Japanese Communist Party lawmaker Takeshi Miyamoto told Friday's Diet session he discovered documents showing a meeting took place and demanded the records be released.

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  14. Own goal lifts FC TokyoRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2017 | The Japan Times

    Yuto Misao scored a freak own goal to gift FC Tokyo a shock 1-0 win away against the defending champion Kashima Antlers on the opening day of the J. League season on Saturday. Misao, a preseason signing from Shonan Bellmare, bundled over the line with eight minutes left on a day when Yokohama F. Marinos became only the second team after Antlers to reach 400 wins in the top flight by edging Urawa Reds 3-2 at home.

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  15. Spotlight: Japan's far-right kindergarten in escalating controversy...Read the original story

    Feb 25, 2017 | Xinhuanet

    BEIJING/TOKYO, Feb. 25 -- On 21 Oct., 1944, a Japanese suicide bomber deliberately crashed into the foremast of the heavy cruiser HMAS Australia in the battle of Leyte Gulf, killing 30 and injuring 64 others. That was the beginning of Japan's cold-blooded Kamikaze suicide attack campaign, and the end of the road for the Japanese military aggression in the Second World War.

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  16. Abe grilled over fundraising scandal for nationalist school, wife quits as honorary principalRead the original story

    Feb 24, 2017 | Xinhuanet

    Abe who has been grilled in the Diet over a scandal involving his name potentially being used to solicit funds for the building of a nationalist elementary school distanced himself and his wife from the incident Friday. Following being grilled in the Diet by opposition parties about the sale of state-owned land to Moritomo Gakuen in Osaka for far less than its appraisal value, for the building of Japan's "first Shinto elementary school" in April, Abe said he had lodged a protest with the school's operator.

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  17. Japan PM denies involvement in sweetheart land dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 24, 2017 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Rare scandal was swirling around Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday as he was forced to deny involvement in a shady land deal by a religious school. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was pressed in parliament on Friday over a controversial land deal AFP/Kazuhiro NOGI TOKYO: Rare scandal was swirling around Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday as he was forced to deny involvement in a shady land deal by a religious school.

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  18. 4 Spring Travel Takeaways For APAC Travel - By Ashley ProceviatRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 24, 2017 | Travel Industry Wire

    The newest edition of Sojern's Global Travel Insights Report is live, with up-to-date insights for travel marketers looking to reach travelers in Asia-Pacific. This spring season brings several local and regional holidays, which impact how travelers are searching and booking their travel.

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  19. Abe grilled over fundraising scandal for schoolRead the original story

    Feb 24, 2017 | Xinhuanet

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe who has been grilled in the Diet over a scandal involving his name potentially being used to solicit funds for the building of a nationalist elementary school distanced himself and his wife from the incident Friday. Following being grilled in the Diet by opposition parties about the sale of state-owned land to Moritomo Gakuen in Osaka for far less than its appraisal value, for the building of Japan's "first Shinto elementary school" in April, Abe said he had lodged a protest with the school's operator.

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  20. Japan PM Under Pressure Over Land Deal Involving Far-Right SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 24, 2017 | The Oak Ridge Observer

    Moritomo Gakuen is building an elementary school in Toyonaka Osaka Prefecture on land sold by the government in June 2016 The previously state-owned land for a primary school in Osaka, which is to be run by Moritomo Gakuen, was reportedly sold for considerably less than market value. Japan's conservative Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has come under fire over an alleged land deal involving the operators of an ultranationalist primary school, Moritomo Gakuen.

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